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Performing Arts and Inclusion

The opportunity to open new spaces for reflection and action.


01.2024 - 12.2024


3500.- CHF





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Daniel Bausch

058 666 6750

Performing Arts and Inclusion


CAS Performing Arts and Inclusion provides the tools to coordinate and manage artistic projects, from creation to distribution.

It allows the participants to reflect on their condition as performers through the search for new forms and formats unhinged by recognizable codes and styles: apply their own stylistic code in dialogue with the group, aware that the source of creativity is in the diversity of the human being, with its own fragility and potential. The artistic and poetic act is the fulcrum: it collects the intuitions and details resulting from a careful ability to observe the surrounding environment and care of the people with whom you work. The course of practical-theoretical training does not intend to focus on the therapeutic purposes of the integrated performing arts, but on the artistic, aesthetic and expressive needs of the creative process in the diversity of bodies, in comparison with their ideas as a rule, and the conscious break with their own routines. The path, in fact, needs a discursive space oriented to practice so that participants come, experimenting, to new creative modes.


Il CAS Performing Arts and Inclusion scaturisce dalla necessità di considerare la diversità come fonte di ricchezza e offre l’opportunità di esplorare nuove forme di creazione individuale e collettiva. Il CAS prosegue il discorso e le pratiche iniziate con il progetto di ricerca e formazione “DisAbility on Stage / Disabled Bodies in Discourse” (vedi, consacrato al tema della disabilità nelle pratiche performative contemporanee e nei programmi di studio delle scuole universitarie professionali.

To whom it is addressed

The CAS is aimed at artists/ and international professionals in the field of contemporary performing arts (e.g. physical theater, dance, performance) with or without disabilities who wish to deepen the artistic practice, and expand their repertoire in scenic arts in inclusive contexts.


The practical-theoretical training course consists of didactic modules divided into three thematic macro areas: the first delivery the tools of an alternative and uncoded method useful to create artistic products in inclusive contexts (devising). The second concerns the presentation and research of different methodologies of individual and collective creation (creating). The third is aimed at the analysis of artistic content and the acquisition of elements of planning and organization for the management and distribution of a product/ project in the field of inclusive performing arts (producing arts).

Duration and calendar

The integral course is divided into a year from January 2024. The individual modules are concentrated in such a way as to reconcile training with possible work commitments. These hours include practical and theoretical training and project work preparation. The CAS schedules are flexible and can vary between 5 and 7 hours per day depending on the possibilities and needs of conductors and participants.


1° module | 10-21 January 2024 | Michael Turinsky and Emanuel Rosenberg

2° module | 27 April  - May 4, 2024 | Claire Cunningham and Nadja Dias

3° module  | 7-15 September 2024 | Emanuel Rosenberg and guests

4° module | 7- 15 December 2024  | Emanuel Rosenberg and guests

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